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A Variety of Uses for Seating Charts
Checking daily attendance, recording homework, monitoring participation, and documenting student behavior just got esier for this educator. Check out her tip and make it work for you!
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Adjustable Seating Chart
The power of the Post-it Note! See how Ms. Westphal's unique tip can help you track absences, grading and student work.
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Arranging Desks
Lori configures her classroom in such a way that her back is never turned. Whether students are working as individuals or in small or large groups, she is always able to make eye contact with every student.
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Assigning Seats
Ms. Zerbe has a great back to school tip for getting to know student names as well as setting the tone for respect for the classroom setup.
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Attendance Without Calling Roll
I use a seating chart so I can quickly take attendance without having to call roll. I keep the charts in my attendance book for easy access and for a sub to use...
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Behavioral Seating Chart
I have trouble remembering the behavioral history of kids in my class. I recognize the escalation or improvement of problems but it s hard for me to remember specific dates and incidents. I make my se...
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Changeable Seating Chart
Ms. Arnold creates a seating chart that’s easy to adjust as needed. Read about how she can quickly switch name labels on her chart and make chart notations of student progress during class.
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Clear Overlays
I put a sheet protector over seating charts, so that I can write things on them with an overhead pen which easily comes clean the next day with a little water.
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Desk Binder
Ms. Rayner has an efficient method for filing all of her daily paperwork in a single desk binder. Learn how she organizes attendance, seating charts, lesson plans, and other essential information, which substitute educators will find especially valuable.
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Digital Seating Chart
I use a digital camera to create a modern seating chart. I take each student's picture, laminate the pictures and cut them apart. Then, I stick Velcro dots on to the backs of the pictures and onto a l...
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